(1) To apply for an emergency respite center license, the person or legal entity responsible for the center must send the application form to your licensor at DLR.
(2) With the application form, you must send the following information:
(a) Written verification for each applicant and staff person of completion of:
(i) A tuberculosis test or X ray unless you can demonstrate medical reasons prohibiting the test;
(ii) First-aid and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training appropriate to the age of the children in care; and
(iii) HIV/AIDS and bloodborne pathogens training including infection control standards.
(b) A completed background check form for each applicant, staff person, board member, intern or volunteer on the premises who:
(i) Is at least sixteen years old; and
(ii) Has unsupervised access to children (emergency respite centers must comply with chapter 388-06
WAC regarding background checks).
(3) If you, any staff person, board member, intern, or volunteer has lived in Washington state less than three years and will have unsupervised access to children, you must provide us with a completed FBI fingerprint form.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.15.280, 74.15.020 and 2001 c 230. 03-08-026, § 388-145-0120, filed 3/26/03, effective 4/26/03.]